If you’ve always dreamed of being a barbecue master, having the right grill is an absolute must. But it’s important to note that not all barbecues are created equal.
In this article, we take a closer look at the Broilmaster brand and what makes their premium grills so desirable.
What To Look For In A BBQ
If you want to ensure you’re purchasing a high-quality grill, you should be on the lookout for a barbecue with:
- Heavy-duty cooking grates such as stainless steel or coated cast iron
- An igniter
- A side burner
- Adequate cooking space
The grill should also be well-constructed on the outside. With Broilmaster that is never an issue. Broilmaster gas grills deliver on all fronts due to the high quality of construction and materials used.
They boast a cast aluminum body and stainless steel carts that come with a lifetime warranty. Each one of Broilmaster’s premium grills also comes with solid stainless steel rod grids and multilevel grilling ability.
The Advantages Of Multilevel Cooking
Multilevel cooking surfaces not only enable you to grill closer to the burner, but to swiftly sear your meat. The raised cooking surface is great for more delicate items like vegetables because they can be cooked slower at the same heat. Greasier food such as sausages that are more apt to create flare-ups can be placed further away from the heat.
How To Add Flavor To Your Meals
Broilmaster barbecues have two features that add flavor back into your food: enhanced flame tamers and the bow-tie burner complete with multi-ported heat zoning technology.
The flame tamers and bow-tie burner work together to offer even heat for superior cooking while the wide spaces between grates ensure your food won’t overcook.
Unique to Broilmaster, the bow-tie burner features zone porting — meaning there are different size holes that permit even heating for the front and back across the entire zone.
Top Broilmaster Features
Depending on what model you buy — and there are a number of great gas grills to choose from — you may also receive these great features:
- Charmaster Briquets, which vaporize drippings and add smoke flavor back into your meat
- An optional sear burner that offers a lot of intense heat to help keep natural juices of the food
How Many BTUs?
Another thing to consider when purchasing a barbecue is how it’s rated for BTUs (British Thermal Units). BTUs simply measure how much fuel your gas grill uses in a given time period. A grill with a high BTU rating will use more fuel than one with a lower rating. The key is to choose a gas grill that has adequate BTUs for effective cooking but not so many that it guzzles gas and jacks up your utility bill.
With most Broilmaster units coming in at 40,000 BTUs, you’re receiving more than enough power to proficiently cook your food without wasting a lot of energy. Simply put, Broilmaster delivers on every front from quality to efficiency, to effectiveness. And, with its generous line of sizes and models, you’re sure to find the barbecue that’s right for you.
Gary Pools & Leisure
If you want to be a barbecue aficionado, Gary Pools and Leisure is the place to visit. Whether you want to check out our stock of Broilmaster gas grills or are interested in one of our most popular models, the P4X Broilmaster, our expert staff is here to help.
Stop by for a visit at any of our three locations to shop BBQs for sale or to speak to one of our experts about how to replace a Broilmaster burner. Our staff is always available to offer information and maintenance advice.